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How Much Does it Cost To Fly To Philadelphia?

The cheapest prices found with in the last 7 days for return flights were $35 and $18 for one-way flights to Philadelphia for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
FLL Philadelphia Nov 10 - Nov 11 $35
MCO Philadelphia Nov 12 - Nov 16 $41
MCO Princeton Nov 12 - Nov 15 $43
TPA Philadelphia Nov 19 - Nov 22 $51
BOS Philadelphia Dec 17 - Dec 24 $71
TPA Princeton Jan 7 - Jan 11 $167
ATL Allentown Dec 3 - Dec 7 $171
MCO Allentown Dec 3 - Dec 6 $182
BOS Allentown Nov 17 - Nov 22 $183
TPA Allentown Nov 10 - Nov 16 $185
FLL Allentown Nov 19 - Nov 26 $266
SJU Princeton Nov 14 - Jan 30 $268
LAX Princeton Dec 16 - Jan 5 $268
DFW Allentown Nov 13 - Nov 16 $293
LAX Allentown Nov 22 - Dec 29 $416
*Prices include taxes and fees
Origin Destination Travel Dates Flights From*
FLL Philadelphia Nov 6 - Nov 9 $35
MCO Princeton Nov 6 - Nov 8 $43
MCO Princeton Nov 6 - Nov 8 $43
TPA Philadelphia Nov 6 - Nov 8 $62
LAX Philadelphia Nov 6 - Nov 13 $85
SJU Philadelphia Nov 7 - Nov 14 $87
ATL Philadelphia Nov 6 - Nov 8 $103
BOS Philadelphia Nov 6 - Nov 8 $131
DFW Philadelphia Nov 7 - Nov 14 $186
SJU Princeton Nov 8 - Nov 22 $288
DFW Allentown Nov 6 - Nov 10 $342
*Prices include taxes and fees

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Philadelphia PHL Flight Information

Traveling toPhiladelphia PHL
Lowest Price$35
Number of Airlines Serving2
Airlines ServingSpirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, American Airlines
Number of Daily Flights3
Airlines with Direct FlightsAmerican Airlines, British Airways

FAQs about flights from Airport () to Philadelphia Airport (ILG)

Which airlines fly to Philadelphia?

When it comes to organizing your flight, it's always good to have some variety. 19 carriers fly to Philadelphia, including:

  • American Airlines
  • JetBlue Airways
  • Hawaiian Airlines
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What airport is best to fly into Philadelphia?

Planeloads of adventurers land in Philadelphia daily, so it's not surprising that this lively city has multiple airports. Before you book your fare, make sure you check them out:

  • Philadelphia, PA Airport (PHL-Philadelphia Intl.) – 7 miles from downtown
  • Blue Bell, PA Airport (BBX-Wings Field) – 12 miles from downtown
  • Philadelphia, PA Airport (PNE-Northeast Philadelphia) – 12 miles from downtown
Where to stay in Philadelphia

When Philadelphia starts whispering your name, it’s time to heed the call and reserve a comfortable place to stay with Travelocity. There are 2,248 properties in this alluring destination for you to select.

It's time for your vacation! Why not indulge in a little luxury? If you want first-class service and soft, silky sheets, lock in a room at the Renaissance Properties - 15 & Chestnut or The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia. However, if you don't think you'll spend much time in your room, why not book a cheaper option like the Rodeway Inn Center City or the Days Inn by Wyndham Philadelphia Convention Center?

Create fantastic new memories while exploring Liberty Bell Center. This amazing attraction is only a stroll away from a number of properties, such as the Third Try TEST UX Metric Review and the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia. So why not stay nearby and find out what all the excitement is about?

How to get through airport security fast when traveling to Philadelphia

If you like the idea of spending more time at the airport bars and restaurants and less time moving through security on your way to Philadelphia, follow these useful tips:

  • Have your boarding pass and passport somewhere handy. They'll be the first things you'll be asked for by security personnel.
  • Wallets, belts and power banks should be put in a tray for X-raying. If you pass through the body scanner with these items, you'll be asked to turn back and remove them.
  • Ensure your laptop and electronic devices are within reach. These items need to be sent through the X-ray machine in separate bins.
  • When it comes to flying with liquids and gels, all passengers are allowed a quart-sized clear resealable bag to keep containers no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).
  • Undo your shoelaces in preparation for entering the body scanner. Depending on the type of shoes you're wearing, security may ask you to remove them.
  • Pack any multi-tools or other sharp and pointy items in your checked luggage. Airport security won't permit these on the plane.

Flights To Philadelphia

As you traverse this new city from the airport to your accommodation, you may see a sign proclaiming “Welcome to Philadelphia,” and you are welcome, indeed. This is the home of some of the country’s great comfort foods: the world's best cheese steak, hoagies, and pizza, if you ask the locals. It is also the "Birthplace of America," and they aren’t joking.Philadelphia is both historic and modern, and there's more to see and do here than even the biggest history buffs may realize. Book your Philadelphia airfaretoday and see for yourself.

Transportation from the Airport

Hotels near PHL Airport are well situated for visitors needing a quiet place to relax after flights to Philadelphia. Most hotels have a free shuttle service to and from the airport, or you can always hail a cab at zone 5 for reasonable rates. Renting a car is also a breeze, with courtesy phones located near the baggage claim in each terminal. All the major companies are represented and conveniently located within the terminal, with car pickup in zone 2. For the best deals, make your car reservations when booking your Philadelphia plane tickets. If you choose to use the SEPTA transit system instead, it runs from 7 a.m. until midnight. Your boarding location will depend on your arrival terminal and whether you are taking the train or the bus. No matter what mode of transport you choose, the city center is just 9 miles north, making it a breeze to get downtown.

Hotels in Philadelphia

Unless you are just passing through, you’ll probably want a hotel that is close to the main attractions of the city. In fact, even those with long layovers or who have only a day or two to explore can’t seem to resist all this historic city has to offer. Hotels in the Center City neighborhood are just as they sound: in the middle of it all. And our flight deals to Philadelphia will leave you with plenty of money to splurge.

  • The Ritz-Carlton, Philadelphia has all the five-star service and luxurious amenities you have come to expect from this legendary brand.
  • Sofitel Philadelphia is another name you’ll recognize, and the elegant French styling and refined décor is also unmistakable.
  • Loews Philadelphia Hotel doesn’t just have four stars—it has history too. It’s inside the nation’s first skyscraper, close to both the Liberty Bell and the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
  • Club Quarters Hotel provides top amenities for business travelers, including free high-speed Wi-Fi, a business lounge, and available corporate and studio apartments for long stays.

Things to Do Near PHL

The list of things to do in Philadelphia can read like a history book: visit Ben Franklin's house, see Independence Hall, and take a trip to Congress Hall. There are also sports arenas, shopping malls, and the weird-and-wonderful Mutter Museum of medical oddities. Whatever suits your fancy, you’ll find it in Philly—starting right when your Philadelphia flight touches down.

  • Nature: Take a hike at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, which protects the state’s largest freshwater tidal march, and the thousands of rare bird species that call it home. With 1,000 acres of beauty, “America's First Urban Refuge” is a welcome respite from city life for many residents.
  • Sports: Take yourself out to the ballgame! Enjoy the revelry of America’s favorite pastime at Citizens Bank Park, home of the Phillies, which comes alive during baseball season. In the winter, the Flyers hockey team takes to the ice at Wells Fargo Center, so indulge in a local craft beer and partake of the festivities.
  • Shopping: Explore the state-of-the-art marvel that is the Navy Yard, a business park that is so much more. With walking paths, lunch-time food trucks, and the headquarters of worldwide brands like Urban Outfitters and Free People, the Navy Yard is worth a visit.

Explore the “City of Brotherly Love”

If you have been dreaming of a getaway that combines some of America’s most important historic sites and cultural attractions, while also leading the way in culinary creativity and modern business trends, you have found it. And whether you plan to see it all or focus your attention on a few key areas, you can rest easy knowing you found the cheapest flights to Philadelphia right here on Travelocity.

Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Philadelphia? Check out our Philadelphia travel guide!

*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.